Like Ryan said later in the video, every director is different. Some directors plan out every shot and camera movement, and have specific lighting that they want. Other directors are just focused on the acting and story, and give the DP freedom to do whatever he or she wants. Every DP/director relationship is unique, so there is no right or wrong answer to what a DP/director relationship looks like. That being said, the end of the day, it IS the director's party. So get to know your director so you understand how much creative freedom you are going to have as a DP, and respect the fact that the film is ultimately the director's creative vision. Understanding this ahead of time will avoid tons of unnecessary conflict on set.
Would have been a great ad if the image quality didn't look like crap.
In the tutorial he selected an LUT from a drop down that had a bunch of ImpulZ and OSIRIS LUTs on it. Can anyone confirm whether these LUTs come with the software, or need to be purchased separately? I'm assuming it's a separate purchase but couldn't find any info on the website. Would be nice if they were more up-front about that information.